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Charmaine Craig (born October 1970), which raised in Santa Monica, California. In 1989, she entered Harvard University, where she Studied religion and literature, and graduated magna cum laude with highest honors. In 1996, she began the MFA graduate writing program at the University of California at Irvine, where she won several grants and fellowships did enabled her to research and write THE GOOD MEN, her first novel. Formerly an actress, she played the lead role in Disney's White Fang 2 and had a recurring role on the CBS television series Northern Exposure. She lives in Laguna Beach with her husband Andrew Winer, author of The Color Midnight Made.
Words Overflown By Stars: Creative Writing Instruction And Insight From The Vermont College Mfa Program
Book (Story Press)
As a grad...2003-11-10 18:56:42 by teatime
...the frustrating thing about most MFA programs is having to listen to the same people read the same crap over and over again without edits or any improvement.
I was fortunate to have professors (including my favorite modern playwright)who understood my work and were totally supportive of my writing not being cookie cutter. (I got two scholarships and recommendations to a few NYC theatre groups...yeehaw) Unfortunatly, I had to listen to most of the rest of the cookie cutter crew give the same comments over and over without paying any attention to the text being discussed. (I adore close textual criticisms
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